Grand County Real Estate Transactions, Nov. 3 – Nov. 9
Nov. 3 – Nov. 9
Ridge, Meadow Ridge-Railbender Unit 8 – Gerald Groswold to John and Andrea Clyne, $328,000
Base Camp One Condos Unit 109R – Dundee Base Camp LLC to Walter Sall, $242,300
Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 23 – James and Susan Cervi to Monica Ramirez, $76,000
Eagle Addition to Kremmling Lots 6A,6B – Wells Fargo Bank NA to Robert Alvarez, $69,000
Clayton Sub TRT B1 – Silverleaf Resorts Inc to Fat Pine Lodging LLC, $2,150,000
Columbine Lake Addition Lot 1, Block 14 – Dugdale Irrevocable Trust to Shane, Mickey and John Juenemann, $280,000
Lake Forest 1st Addn Subdivision Lot 13, Block 1 – Claudia Humbargar to Rhonda Yeager and Shane Flanagan, $123,000
Grand Lake Estates 1st Filing Block 9, Lots 13,14 – William and Christine Lundquist to James and Beverlee Schnitker, $300,000
Winter Park Ranch 3rd Filing, Lot 40, Block 1 – Mary Hoak to Jeffrey and Leslie Harrington, $391,500
Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit 104 – Equity Trust CO Custodian James Walker IRA to Mimi Papas Holding Company LLC, $26,500
Hi Country Haus Bldg 16, Unit 14 – Matthew Abell and Elizabeth Young to Russell and Ella Knight, $79,000
Winter Park Meadows Condo Unit 15B – Paul Stanley Para Trust to Brad Aisa, $39,000
Fraser Crossing-Founders Pointe Condominium Unit 3517 – Martin and Kathryn Perret-Gentil to Alan and Clorinda Smith, $215,000
Gorewood First Filing Lots 23,24 – Bank West to Arthur and Michelle Lohrengel, $95,000
East Mountain Filing 1, Lot 47 – Jeffrey Pray to Thomas and Eyvette Hetherington, $2,150,000
Wildacres Subdivision Block 1, Lots 32,34 – Mary Corliss to Gary and Diane Billiet, $35,000
Sawmill Station Townhomes Phase 4, Unit 7C – Eric and Claudia Helmstaedter to Avninder and Kristy Dhaliwal, $355,000
Fraser Crossing-Founders Pointe Condominium Unit 4360 – Terrace Park Redevelopment Associates Ltd to Adam Price, $133,000
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